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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 8 March 1883

Free Press. MARCOS, TEXA8. "XUUKSDAV, MARCH 8, 1883, -rTut esstrali All thi Al-jrUtlMlntlili if ill """" M..4V. r-i.u. ... . ir TIME TAI3L.E. TaNTONIO DIVISION: rOUMJ BUUTU. HAIL. XrM . ., 4 HO P. M fi.JIO A. M. .Vliwa . ..-6" " 0:, " h ..,...-6:43 8:10 W .....6.6 87 " in?'y'Alicoa.. ..: " 1000 " lBr.unf !.....' 10 41 ?!Tao''' 8:16 " ":01 P,M- B BOUHD KOBTH. All. MHMSI, imHn 10 45 A. H r:45P.H. i.tai'ca. l:yT " 6:00 " !L!h .... " " :9 " J id p." d 37 4.31 M"iiTiicon tj; jo ;; nanter. ... . mi v i)runfeU....8:8l 8:15 2ST Antonio T.W " 800 " gsi advertisement of Mrs. Mosher. EiAP the pronanciameuto of Green A price of Malone's corner. Toaw Soaps Fine article, juBt received, at Ban MAnoos Book Stork. Bcbikks3 brisk, find prospects never be fore bo good in San Marcos. Advertising and business notices leave ng but little space for editorializing.' 50 dosen Glen shirts just received at Turner & Co.. Ladies' underwear just recoivod at Dailex ib Bro. New goods and styles in ladies1 neck...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 8 March 1883

1 : s : 'i 1 ; I i; i j '5 'i1 ; r -Hi I'.':. ) P : i ' i 'i . . '- t 1 ' !i' f i ! t - y TtfJ? SLEEP OF THE JUST. THE I.AWTEf. I h!qt iu au -ditor' U-l lat uiht, When no other clianou'I to 1i uIk'''. How I thought, a I tuiiiU.-J tl.o mtitor' Uh JIow i-aiy t'tlitorn lio! THE EUITOB. If the Uwyi-r "U'pt iu tho oilitor'n bod Wln-ii mi lawyer cbaiici-d t lo uigh, And though h" hai written nntl naively nald, How nanily editor It''. Ho uiUHt then admit, im ho lay oi; that bid And alqt to hi heart' d-ire, Whato'or ho may uy f the editor' lad, Then tho lawyer himself wa the llnr. ONE UIRISDOLNU. "Tim trouble with tne is. Miss Dare," said Helen Brown, us the tw rrlrla l.niJiril Ollt tllGIf LiaiUS, I U.UI rtnt. nritisfii d to be sihlplv a farUlCl daughter,' I want to be a business vfnmmi: I want a business education lilrn ii liov." "With a view of going into business fnr vmirself?" nueried the young teacher, turning a laughing glauco tnwnrd her friend's reflection in the rrln.N.0. "No, but w...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 8 March 1883

Ill R TEXAS LEUISLATL'ltE. Kpopli t Mi Prorv'tdlflf IS THE SENATE. The Committee of State affairs ro nrtcJ unfavorably on tlio bill appro, nftting $30,000 to erect a monu cat in memory of Bam Houston. committee was sent to Ban An tonio to inspect the Alamo with a Sew of purchase by the btate. The Senate adopted a bill for the aJe and lease of public school lands which reads as follows: The first section is the enacting Second, the land shall not bring less that $2 unwaterod, 3 watered, $5 timber land, suitable for lumber, Jml 58 for timbered not suitable for lumber. Third, the timber suitable for lumber may be sold at not le6s dollars per acre, and the land be reserved except to actual settlers. Fourth, pasture land not timbered shall be leased by competition, in suit able bodies for ranch purposes, for not less than 4 cents per acre, nor longer terms than ten years; provided, ''that for actual settlement said lands are to remain on the market for sale in bodies not to exceed G40 ac...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 8 March 1883

I 11 f.i. I 1 A Koal Necessity. Wo presumo thore In hardly a huly to bo f,.im.l in our broad land who. if ha doe notalrcndjr pohhckh a aewijijj nmchlup,.cx Tjoct bouio dny.to boooine tho owuor of one, rim hoimchold of a younir wife 1h iiow cmiriidcrod iucomiilcto without a Bowing urn. Iiinn. - Next to her lover tho thought nnpcrnicnt in thi mind of th maiden just blooming Into womiuihood 1m a Howintf machino, Whfn asked bv hor parents or affiancei wlutliur ChriKtinaH or birthday rroHont liall be, tho answer in a majority of canon 18, 'A bowiuk macuino." But after tlio mind Inn boon fully mado up to purchaso ouo of theo indiBjicnHiiblo itrticlen, tho quoKtion arises os to what kind of n machine to buy. It Hhould bo ho pimply conntructod that tho moht inexperienced cuii BuccenHiuiiy op erato it. Tho other pointH mainly to bo touHidored, and which are tho moht demra l.ln nm rlnrnhilitv. rflniditv. capacity for work, oaso of operation, regularity ' 0 !. M innii-n An. of mo- and silence ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 15 March 1883

San Free larco J.H.JULIAN, II Prove All Things I Hold Fast that which Is Cood." PHOPlUETOli, VOL. XII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, .THURSDAY, - MARCH 15, 18 83. NO. 15; resse" Free Press. ""published Every Thursday by ISAAC 31. JULIAN, Jo wboui all Letters Hlionld be Addressed. OFFICE-East Side of Plaza. RATES OF SVIMCItlPTIOX. On.yeir.lnedvsuce ju month fjirei mouth " fl 00 1 SS 76 RATKS Or AD I 'SR TISIS'G . One square, one lneertlou fl 00 j eaeb addition al l,ertlon uudiTone month, CO eenti oer musre. 1 mo. 8 moii. anion. lit mot " i r ! cnlw .... It S60I fi.00 ....I .00- TOO O.vl a w.uv f.OOJ 10.00 12.041 0.00 ? 20.00 I 35.00 H.IIU 10.00 12.00 20.00 80.00 SO I'O $ 10.00 16 00 20.00 80.1)0 6C.00 75.00 flwlneiir. Cards, one inch or leas, one rear, 18 00 Cerds in Businesi Directory, one year, $2 00 Ugil and Transient Advertisement! will be barged One Doller per square for tbe first In sertion, ind Ftftj Centi per squire for each addl onil Insertion. A square is (be space of one...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 15 March 1883

! K. ! 'i ' . s 1 ' : J ii. 4 ff is; CiH MARCOS FREE PRESS. t. E. JULIAN, PnUiflher. BAN MARCOS, TEXAS NEWS IN BRIEF. FOREIGN. . Thero nro Hlffns of a revival of tho proj ect for turiiK llP'f tlio EnifllHh Channel Tho l)ritlh Government will ask tho appoint ment of a committee of the Hoiwo of Com moim to Inquire Into the expediency of going on with tlio work, no that it would i-cem tho ware over u poHiblo unilerirround Invasion Iiuh partly li?l out The French 1'rlino Minister announces thi'.tthnlaw of l&U will lo applied to tho rrinccM, doprlvinff them of tholr military posts, and Hint measures will ho tnk aguiiiht voditioiiH cries and placard In tho Entfllnh House of Commons ex- Fccretury for Ireland Fornter charged that rariifll, whllo he did not plan- the outrages In Ireland, hil connived at them. At theso remarks O'Kolly exclaimed several times, It'B a lie," and wai Immediately suspended. Tarncll kept his scat, notwlthntanding thero were loud crieH for him to reply. The cpi ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 15 March 1883

I I A - i,.Me discovericR Lavo been , and valuable inventions Bug. the veriest accidents. J .vLemist, wbile seeking to dis- 7rfhainost durable crucibles, one 01 fi that be bad made porce- inn, fha power or an w i"0. Willi discovered bv a . .icinn0 HUM " J While stc'ima.. lfl.pliisscs between bis iffinge' , he was startled at KlJenlv large appearance of the Iboring clmrch spire. f rt.fbincr upon class was Mroi bv ft Nuremberg glass cut V-nnnMnnt. a fowdropa of aqua ft. fell upon bis spectacles, llo Ced that the glass became corroded 3 softened where the acid had led it That was hint enough. Kdrew figures upon glass with var- 1, applied the corroding fluid, then luffav the glass around the drawing. Kn tto varnish was removed, the ma appeared raised upon a dark Zzotinto owed its iavention'lo to simple accident of tho. gun barrel 3 a sentry, becoming rusted . with The swaying to and fro' of a chan- nnrViAflrn.l KiiT'reslG(l to deJier m ; , Gallilco the application of the ptjng- The art ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 15 March 1883

, 1 t . Free Press. :s.ajiuuluit. - wit. ' TIlTjHHWY, MAUCH 15. TKIiK,i7tT!.IS 1-OHT OrnnS AT HAM MABt'OH Tl.XAM AS hllUMI 1. 1. Jin " ..-J rrrT:.ectKliVLt"toi A.rrrtM.e la ft! lViluiKJj'lIrtrf llod 11,0 aunu,kl jx.lh Ma, ir.th, ouI unnoHnces lihhuccchu hi cumi'K'iitiK urraugooibutH for the rrmw ex iurnjou U Monterey, Mexico, on the l'.Uh. 'w-JJOth. Only member of the Ajwociution uill rocfivo pawf. Advice 10 the South. IIOOS AMD IIOMINV FlHNT Till SCBPLUS 1 Cotton. The cotton fuclor. of Rt Loui huvo unl "tod iu the following circular in the ho rte of ifluenetog the growth of food produc U in tho Bouth thB coining neuHon: St. Louih, Mo., February 2t, 188:1. To the Merchants, F.irmerK, nnd Tenant of the Cotton Pelt: The Bouth in now on the eve of plauting another crop, nnd after an expo, rience of seventeen jeam it seems advisable that some change hhould be made in her man 7icr of farming, aud we call your careful at tention to the following facM, which are of-f-rod with the sincere h...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 15 March 1883

Free Press. MAR008, TEXAS. "iUJvSDAr, MAKCHtt, 1883. sTUtor Gwtrali ALL tti AItmUcIdj U fell 1 . . tiiEMISS II wtUu til OuUldi pigti. ui Hfit, 'HOME news. "time table. fANTONIO DIVISION: BOUMI UUU1U, ma lb. xrnri .4 MP. M 8:30 A. M Aiiino...."- - . trT --::::: kirl-;V.:.'.i aim fIV 8 10 " B.3T " lll'lUI 41. in V""""" ifcii Hauler ..... , liM ., in lutulo.. ! r. a. BOUND NORTH. MAIL, RXTtRM, 10 44 A. M 6:4Sp.M. tf- W :: : !M" "".7.7.'., 8 37 " 4:: " SiiiKcoa... tjw 4.io ;; tiHnlur ' m 5MiMureU...Bl M :5 ,rt initio T.15 " m S.UO " Grass Btartinu. Peach trees inb'.oom. Corn planting is in progress. The measles are still somewhat prevalent. A dwelling and two lots for rent J. B. Hankla. Two more cases of small-pox are reported at Hempstead. Try a barrel of the "White Swan" flour, the finest iu the market. Wm. Giesew. Ladies, yon should not fail to call and ex araiue our stock. P. R. Tcjbnrb & Co. HOUSTON POST Special, with large asps ftt San Marcos Hook store. 50 dozen. Glen shirts ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 15 March 1883

I n i i Li 1 r J I' I 1 ii s i t . 77; .O.V O.ITK. V liver TiHmi Aii oM crli'J'il K' li Ami twenty yrii litro iunl Hinua I wAt nwung uj WkU ! dry liutwixt thi t'i oit ho fiiit; lluijiiow I'vo grown hh powerful weuk L)u)iUt)il y ami I tuMt I'm m rcoly t.tr.n cikiiikU to 'jucak, AUiuujcli I'm iH-viTK'eaHi d. Tw twi-iity ,virn n, I y, WIhiii .Mr, Kit' V'liltu Cttino kiiul f Iiiik!"K 'roun-l my 7 Mo.it every other night, J lo hnug iijioii my 8trl'.ir.'. tU AikI nh upon tho other; Till Kiihmi Sniith I..-ftiii- hi-4 Lriil'S Ami In tlm tini'i u mother. I gioftlieil intently wlio.l I hoard DeHpito Iain no churl My lonn hreathoil in a einlo worJ; Tho l"i'y Kirl! Ami a )' K'fw """I Kr"w Hml r",v' ., I loud hcmoaiiM my ft; Tor hho wan very fuir to ylw, And I I wua tl' K"l " Then in duo time, a lover cn'iie, IteUikoniiiK my ruin, A dapper follow, Jirotvn l.y mime, Tho f;rown-up lml iy w o.in'! . They Mpran upon mo in tho glaum, A.id tiilted f moon and etar j They are married jiow and liyo at bo...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 15 March 1883

I Bill Approved. Xlie following is the caption of all bills that have been approved by the Leruor during the session of the fjth legislature, up to Monday, Feb. 19 1888: Uouso Bill, No. 74, "An Act inak inff an appropriation for tho mileage uidpcruiem pay of tho membors Jnd per diem pay of . tho officers and Lpfoyees of tho Eighteenth Legitla ture;" approved Jan. 17, 1883. Sub. Uouse Bill, No. 4, "An Act making an appropriation to defray the contingent expenses of tho Eigh teenth Legislature;" approved Jan. 19, 1883. Sub. House Bill, Nos. C and 18, Act entitled, "An act to withdraw the publio lands of the state of Texas from sale;" approved Jan. 22, 1882. Senate Bill, No. 7, An "Act to amend Articles 215 and 247, of tho Revised Statutes." Senate Bill, No. 24, "An Act au thorizing the Commissioners of the clerks, and fixing their salaries;" ap proved Jan; 26, 1883. ' ;. , : i House Bill, No., "An Act concerning publio lands heretofore surveyed by railroads, or corporations; for any c...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 15 March 1883

liny Comity Sunday School Convention. Tlio iiixt kfh'iou of tl;o convention will be lii Id nt Kvlo. KuturiUv A, Kumlay, lUn h jiltU uuJ itttlt. Kev. J. J. A. lluucli, l'rcd-Mi-nt. QucKtlom for diBCUIwIOD. lnt iuohtiwn. Wlmt oMigutions nro rnlult rhurch im-mbi-ni tniilir to attend tiuuJuy School ? LeuJer, J. Y. StetiltcaMOU. 2nd question. Wlmt nro tho best raoann to Kicuro ro.ibvr nttuii-linco of teiiahorbaud .i-uoLim ? Ltiulor, D. A. l'onir. Hrd incsthn. What i tho object of all Huuiliy School iutitructiou? Leader llov. .1. J. A. Koucb. All KutiiLy School worUm I:x tbo County nro ro-iuu..tiil to attend, ami piuticioute iu tho dweushiou. Tbo jtublic Kfnomllv nro iivitod, nud it Ji Loped tlmt ull who euu eouvenitutly do to, will bo present: ooiuo leuru what in bo ing dono for tbo Iloligioiw icbtructiou of tin children. Soino lmvo not understood oar manner of work. Liiuthreu, thin in not a Union Con vention, a.t uttimlly understood or infered. It i Himply nu nswinbly of zealous Chris t...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 22 March 1883

rcos Free Pre I.H.JULIAN, "Prove All Things i Hold Fast that which Is Good." PROPJttU2TOH XII. SAN MARCOS, HAYS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1883. NO. 16. VOL. Sun Free Press. Published Every Thursday by ISAAC H. JULIAN, To 5oul Letters should be Addressed. ' OFFICE East Side of Plan. RITES OFSCBSCRItTIOX. 0ll,yir,lvuoe fl 00 1 SB t i nnuib flirt monilii ' RATES OF ADVERTISING. ... .m.-ra. out Insertion $1 00 j etch addition Allurfrtioii under one month, 60 cent, per sausre. j 1 mo. 8mos. 6 mos. It tnos l- I " . ! $ J.50 9 fi.oo 5.00 I T 00 .or ! b oo 1.00 I 10.00 A.HO 1U.00 15 00 80.00 80.00 6C.O0 T5.00 10.00 13.00 10.00 SO. 00 5u CO " colm f ::::::: 13.001 30.00 20.00 36.00 Biwliiew Cards, one inch or loss, ens year, 8 00 Crd, In Business Directory, one year, $3 00 l,egl and Transient Advertisements will be lugti One DoUr per equere for th first ! Wrtlon, end Fifty Cent! per square for each addi tional Insertion. A square U the spaee of one Inch, Fractional square will be co...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 22 March 1883

CAH 1IABC0S FREE PRESS. t JL JULIAN, Publisher, BAN MABCOS, TEXAS news nr BRIEF. POREIQB. IxMiffuo, at limerick, havinjr rofused to pay rent, thirty bead vt his cattlo hav boou -Apodal poWeo protection baa boon plimn Lord Ilartlnfrtotv, British War MlnUWsr, opalnrt whom, It In alleged, a plot oxlsU TbeEinprowi of Germany ban glvonl.UXJ rnarkii In aid of American flood sufferer H Raynaud, a large boar" oicrator on the Paris liourso, ban failed for fOOO.OUO. GkMbitono return to England from Franco groatly Improved in health, Frank Uyroo baa retained Clunot, the mlncnt ruris adf ocato, in his extradition am. Victor Hugo will write to the papers ftn Byroc'8 behalf, Walsh, arrested in Franco for oompl'clty hi tho Dublin conspiracy, formed a secret society m tho North of England to which 8,000 mon belong, who aro well provided with f ondfl aivd arms. ' The Town Council of Dublin nan ex pelled James Carey, the informer. Emperor William has accepted tho res ignation of Von Kasnako, Gorman W...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 22 March 1883

Cvlct l.abr. x-.nftha most important topic Ln discussed w the convict la 1 nestion, and whether or not it v.ftnlinuo the present v' i.a;nff the poniteutiary or for km " t U JJ. 18 . .. - .mnma control of it. W theii1? "T Til- thatquitea number of strong ?.v... i,. been presented to the f ixture, asking that the leasing -titions tSm be abandoned and ..,w,of the matter. the state We are "iulyin favor or iuh measure, 'Tare also opposed to the hiring $of coasts.. When a pers.n is ri 'Ud of crime and sentencad to SpeuiUntiary tn a term of years, fink th sentence should be ear !. ont to tha letter, and that such T" 1a onnfinai within pan v y 1. hi VIIBXmW ii bo confined within until . lais sentence tt :L. r ha it pardoned out. I ..linn Jar ths prnt system persons sen. of minor offenses and sent up Likort terms, spend very little of Lr time in the penitentiary, but are tjrti out as farm hands, railroad la borers, etc. Wj are oppose to this for g&Bj reasons. T f li first place it gives ...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 22 March 1883

1 1 I. , ; 3 fi r f ! Free Press. ISaIo H. JULIAN, - - - 9AN MARCOS. TB5CA.B. ' THUJlHUAYi MARCH tJ. I KNTERKO AT TUB rOSt OrCB AT UAH MA BOOH TEXAS " j i rnr IS rr:srltsr Contrail ALL thi AlwUils, tipr. u atam MwiiHto ommmM UlMl ' The Early Dead. We nro uo necwl mluiiror of Key, TVitt TalmriKe. bute like very niucl the foUowiuR, from oue of his recent ser. rnons. It iM grapbic, beautiful, buu we tniHt, true : nht to be about ... r.,:iu wtin itiu carlv. WUHl h glorious escape tbey bad ! How glad wt oubt to be that tbey will uever bave the loult fiRht we have hud ! Tbey only bad time to got out of the cradle and run up on the springtime hills of the world a little while and Bee how it looked, and then they went on to a better Mopping place. Ibey were as ships which put into Bt Helena only lonu enough, to let tua passengers go up and Bee the barracks of Napoleou'a exile and then hoist sail for the port of their native land. They only take thin world in trawutu. ' "A Famous Victory." T...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 22 March 1883

Free Press. XTTiTiali it! tti idwrttita It UU NEWS. "time table. Sri Irito Mrcri TXnTONIO DIVISION: 4 60 P. af "80 " ! 581 " : " Hc 5:41 " H W i.S.M " "'"'u iBi'Vii ...: " 10:00 ! ASMAtOi...- h ivi """'-'.'nnfVr. ... " 10M . ffSSfc " " 1WIF.H. ,- P005D KOBTu". a.i, ameia, . 10 46 A. V fo5 P. at. juuebeca , ,. 4;49 . W V. 3T " " S.r jjj :: 5rBv':: ;:?i :: -..l turn Into for rent. AdwemuB" J.B.Hankla. k fresh supply of that moat excellent flaar so much called for, just received at TaAIbr tou should not fail to call and ex ,S our stock. P.B. Tcbnkb&Co. fin dozen Glen shirts just received at TuBNKa & Co.. inn bushelB of corn for sale for cash by M ousne p K Xdbnsb A Co. New and varied line of Laces and Trim- Yuings juBt received. J P. K. Tobneb 4 Co. To protect the buyers of "Pearline" tho manufacturer publishes ft facsimile of bw trade mark, which is on every package, and Sno other are genuine. "Pearline" u tho trade mark name of a washing compound juanufactared only b James Py...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 22 March 1883

.V DHSVOXDESCr. Hometiim-e tUr coina wUUic ta lif, ThU ohejoril life of "r". Koauiab of low and Ialu trif; Tuatour eya with mar-drape rife lok up euJ flowr. A aaMoc eorrow aloud tlm l.i And th tired Learl Kf"w ftiut' Fer HtrcatU ead emirate dio And lipa that bao fceou firm to pray Can only mik complaint. Aud Ufa bocome at auch a lime Ao nnattraotive thiax; There ia we aniad of cheury chiui. Tho daya juoto oii ia dreary rhyaeu, And bring no hoart to aiiitf. If auoh a time abould ceine tt the (And aiuwhre in tho year For every one ita pain will bo) Da net dcupair bat try ta ana Hiiina anntihluo throuh the teare. And now that he whom aorrews teach RocaiTfli a gift fruiu Hoavau, Hi taiidernea houio hourtmnay reach To whom the glad in vain might preach, And Joy Ihreagh biin lo given. Oh, then be thou a comforter, To aomo mere nadtbuu thee; And wbila theu tbna dest minister, htrange Wins in taine ewei heart nb.aU alii1. Aad rM forgotten be. , A MIDNItfHT HAKAUDEIt. Br Mr. M. I. Uitvj Last...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 22 March 1883

ClUl-UKlAti MtEVITIES. IlWrfgl-. ..Jnhin who ata TOO orsturs in i .... . ' j5 iiiuuv.r . he wtws neitlM lytieW noc io 4he iwne Mjlnra. j0s Cock aJmita the be does not hov Vg ator dead the ioul ig ft body. I vill Burprisw Mr. Cooke aoquaintanoea to loacntlia there anything he dooe no know. jjAl liring newr Lako Louiee, in Manitoba, pickod tip an armful of sticks e dy carrying them home, JL thom under the store. In a few juntos two of the sticks commonecd iravling away, baring derelopod from lisat into good-eiaod moccaRin snakes. Four Chicago inon haye contracted to build a Capitol for Texas, to cost $3,000,000, and take 3,000,000 acre of public land as payment Thoir scheme contemplate9 an immonso business in grazing, and they have secured $6,000, 000 for investment in eaAtle and im provements. The 'world moves. At the reoont baccalaureate examination at Calcutta University, two young Bengal ladies esme forward as candidate, and passed. This is the first appearance of the "annex" in t...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — San Marcos free press. — 22 March 1883

V WsKhiuirtoxt letter. (Deferred. (From our Regular CorreRpondont) Wamuxotox, February id, 183. Tha last soHsion of this Congroas has in. Jo a dHHiK-rate tffort to atone for tua r i i.a flrnt and lonff esulon. JIM-MI" 'Ui r , . . i has been comimlloJ to realize hat Ilia mill will never turn with the water that J JS2t Cougr reflected, and the com. ETloulo will b composed in greater part . of W men than any prevjom uongre tor 7. f! ImrnmlnCP IIoUBO Will iJlo jiminni n - . ti,n.ir nvLTHcro of aMo and ex i ...... i,..i it liiul iu either of tue found previous congresses, while the Repub. ... . t.- ),a nrnmnhnn to licaus wiu oe ww i ' the Senate, removal, by death, ana reuro . . u u. ivnfr. Frve. Hale meat oi aucu uiu r-- - . -Oarfleld. and Blaine. In the other chamber tWemoTu have, decided advantage In the ability of their senators. The places of Snkling. Blaine, Morton, Carpenter, and ere men, certainly by men wanting the pow er and prestige of their predocewors. r?r?. L: i u....m Jnha...

Publication Title: San Marcos Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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